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Launching of carrier Ranger, Newport News, Virginia, United States, 25 Feb 1933. Photo 1 of 2.Launching of carrier Ranger, Newport News, Virginia, United States, 25 Feb 1933. Photo 2 of 2.
Launching of carrier Ranger, Newport News, Virginia, United States, 25 Feb 1933. Photo 1 of 2.Launching of carrier Ranger, Newport News, Virginia, United States, 25 Feb 1933. Photo 2 of 2.
United States First Lady Mrs. Lou Hoover christening Ranger upon the ship’s launch at Newport News, Virginia, 25 Feb 1933. Behind Mrs. Hoover, in the dark hat, is Secretary of the Navy Charles Adams. Photo 1 of 2.United States First Lady Mrs. Lou Hoover christening Ranger upon the ship’s launch at Newport News, Virginia, 25 Feb 1933. Behind Mrs. Hoover, in the dark hat, is Secretary of the Navy Charles Adams. Photo 2 of 2.
United States First Lady Mrs. Lou Hoover christening Ranger upon the ship’s launch at Newport News, Virginia, 25 Feb 1933. Behind Mrs. Hoover, in the dark hat, is Secretary of the Navy Charles Adams. Photo 1 of 2.United States First Lady Mrs. Lou Hoover christening Ranger upon the ship’s launch at Newport News, Virginia, 25 Feb 1933. Behind Mrs. Hoover, in the dark hat, is Secretary of the Navy Charles Adams. Photo 2 of 2.
USS Ranger builder’s plate.Bow of the carrier Ticonderoga on the ways shortly before launching at Newport News, Virginia, United States, Jan 1944. Note the twin gun tubs on the bow that gave rise to the so-called Long-Hull Essex-class.
USS Ranger builder’s plate.Bow of the carrier Ticonderoga on the ways shortly before launching at Newport News, Virginia, United States, Jan 1944. Note the twin gun tubs on the bow that gave rise to the so-called Long-Hull Essex-class.
Essex-class carrier Ticonderoga being prepared for christening and launching, Newport News, Virginia, United States, 7 Feb 1944. Note the platform built for the sponsor and other dignitaries.Essex-class carrier Ticonderoga in her first attempt to be christened (the bottle missed), Newport News, Virginia, United States, 7 Feb 1944. Sponsor was Miss Stephanie Sarah Pell of Ticonderoga, New York.
Essex-class carrier Ticonderoga being prepared for christening and launching, Newport News, Virginia, United States, 7 Feb 1944. Note the platform built for the sponsor and other dignitaries.Essex-class carrier Ticonderoga in her first attempt to be christened (the bottle missed), Newport News, Virginia, United States, 7 Feb 1944. Sponsor was Miss Stephanie Sarah Pell of Ticonderoga, New York.
Essex-class carrier Ticonderoga in her second and successful attempt to be christened, Newport News, Virginia, United States, 7 Feb 1944. Sponsor was Miss Stephanie Sarah Pell of Ticonderoga, New York.Essex-class carrier Ticonderoga sliding down the ways during her launch at Newport News, Virginia, United States, 7 Feb 1944.
Essex-class carrier Ticonderoga in her second and successful attempt to be christened, Newport News, Virginia, United States, 7 Feb 1944. Sponsor was Miss Stephanie Sarah Pell of Ticonderoga, New York.Essex-class carrier Ticonderoga sliding down the ways during her launch at Newport News, Virginia, United States, 7 Feb 1944.


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